Authorities arrested activists passing out pocket copies of the Constitution on a community college campus in Michigan.
Texas Southern University turned away U.S. Sen John Cornyn from delivering the commencement speech in the face of student opposition.
Students shouted down the president of the University of Oregon just as he was set to announce a $50 million anonymous gift to the school.
These are not easy times for free speech on the country’s college campuses, especially as students increasingly rise up against incendiary conservative personalities appearing on campus.
Kansas lawmakers are looking to head off here what’s . . .